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Kenai adds e-cigarettes to smoking ordinance

...lot of support from local residents.In a memo to council city attorney Scott Bloom said two former city attorneys Krista Stearns and Cary Graves both argued the legality of offering free service to residents but charging non-residents. Bloom...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-21/kenai-adds-e-cigarettes-to-smoking-o
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Kenai enacts free boat launch use outside of dipnet season

...2007, Boyle first attempted to provide free use of the city dock to Kenai residents but two former city attorneys Krista Stearns and Cary Graves questioned the legality of offering free service to some while charging others. Kenai City Attorney...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-04/kenai-enacts-free-boat-launch-use-ou
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Kenai could have new counsel: Council to consider Anchorage attorney

...retiring Cary Graves. Kenai City Council members are expected to approve a three-year employment agreement with Krista Stearns, an assistant attorney general from Anchorage. Stearns would replace Graves, who has been the city's top legal...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/070109/new_355626225.shtml
Board appointments spark debate

...asked why he wasn't asked to serve another term. "I'm choosing not to nominate Mr. Brookman," Porter said. Krista Stearns, the city's attorney, confirmed that it was up to Porter to decide who she nominated. But when Porter said the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010711/new_766951616.shtml
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City council mulls election practices

...had opted for this style of voting. City Attorney Krista Stearns said there was "precious little" legal information...signature requirement entirely, but City Attorney Krista Stearns said that requirement is in the city charter."This...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-06-03/city-council-mulls-election-practice
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Kenai hears buzz: City to develop beekeeping regulations

...hives in her back yard -- first as an animal control issue, and then as a zoning issue. According to city attorney Krista Stearns, the bees in Souders back yard were considered agricultural, a use not zoned for in the suburban residential subdivision...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072310/new_681678784.shtml
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Council looks at waiving dock fees for residents

...withstand a challenge," he said. "Granted, I'm not an attorney with expertise in this area." City Attorney Krista Stearns said she had some concerns about how it could hold up in court, in part because of conditions on federal money the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052011/new_832395318.shtml
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Busy night for Kenai

...them in without first filing their intent with the city clerk."It would eliminate a step," said City Attorney Krista Stearns who was asked to help clarify what the ordinance would do.Under a change made a number of years ago to provide more...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-06-17/busy-night-kenai
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Kenai signs off on CINGSA permits: City board of adjustment denies appeal

...the decision, Goddard can't appeal the decision until the board issues its formal written opinion. City attorney Krista Stearns said that opinion would be coming out soon, but that the city wanted to make sure the complexities of the appeal...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/011411/new_770079740.shtml
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11th Annual Kenai Peninsula Air Fair a success

...Seriographics, SOA/DOT, VFW & American Legend Color Guard, Glen Clifford, Patsy Clifford, Joe Harris, June Harris, Krista Stearns, Bob Molloy, Mike Boyle, Dagmar Mayer, Elizabeth Eskelin, Kathy Calloway, Megan Calloway, Mary Jo Joiner...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2011-06-29/11th-annual-kenai-peninsu
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